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The vagina can take some of the strain.
If it’s wet, it can soak up water and cause the vagina to contract, resulting in discomfort.
If there is dryness, there can be irritation or discomfort.
The vagina, the largest organ of the body, has the most reproductive functions and the most intimate parts.
The female genitalia is the largest and the deepest, the vagina has two lips, the anus and the vulva, and the cervix, the main entrance to the vagina.
It also has a cervix and labia minora.
The cervix is the opening into the uterus.
If the vagina is full, it is known as anovulation, and if it’s dry, it may be anorectal reflux, which can cause pelvic pain and infection.
The vaginal opening has two lids that allow water and air to pass into the vagina, which in turn lets fluids through.
If this water gets in the vagina it can cause irritation, which causes infections.
A vaginal discharge is a thick, watery, mucus-like substance that contains urine, and contains the fluids that enter the vagina during the menstrual cycle.
A healthy vagina has a tight opening, which is called the opening of the vagina and can be stretched or contracted to allow air and nutrients into the body.
When the vagina feels tight, the female reproductive system can make it more sensitive to infections.
The vagina also has glands that help it secrete a hormone called gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH).
This hormone also helps the female body’s immune system fight off infection.
The vaginal opening can stretch and relax depending on how much the vagina gets in and out of the uterus, and how much water it can hold.